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August 2, 1986 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
A bench warrant was issued Friday for convicted slumlord Rosemary Martin after she failed to appear in court to begin serving a 10-month jail sentence. "Their (Martin and her attorneys') attitude has been so lackadaisical, this doesn't surprise me one bit," said Deputy City Atty. Stephanie Sautner, head of the office's housing enforcement unit.
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August 2, 1986 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
A bench warrant was issued Friday for convicted slumlord Rosemary Martin after she failed to appear in court to begin serving a 10-month jail sentence. "Their (Martin and her attorneys') attitude has been so lackadaisical, this doesn't surprise me one bit," said Deputy City Atty. Stephanie Sautner, head of the office's housing enforcement unit.
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June 21, 1985 | PAUL FELDMAN, Times Staff Writer
Dr. Milton Avol, the neurosurgeon-landlord from Beverly Hills who was sentenced this week to jail time and house arrest for failing to fix up his blighted downtown apartment buildings, was led off to County Jail on Thursday morning. But by day's end, Avol's lawyer had succeeded in winning an appellate court ruling to free the physician pending an appeal. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Harold E. Shabo granted attorney Scott S.
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June 21, 1985 | PAUL FELDMAN, Times Staff Writer
Dr. Milton Avol, the neurosurgeon-landlord from Beverly Hills who was sentenced this week to jail time and house arrest for failing to fix up his blighted downtown apartment buildings, was led off to County Jail on Thursday morning. But by day's end, Avol's lawyer had succeeded in winning an appellate court ruling to free the physician pending an appeal. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Harold E. Shabo granted attorney Scott S.
NEWS
November 21, 1986
A Los Angeles slumlord was ordered to begin serving 11 months in jail after the Superior Court Appellate Department turned down his appeal. Jacob Libman, 39, was sentenced to jail for a year in 1984 after he pleaded guilty to 38 violations of various health, fire and safety codes at two Koreatown apartment buildings he owned. He served a month before filing his appeal. He also spent 30 days in jail in 1981 after his conviction on a previous slum case.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 11, 1987
Convicted slumlord Dr. Milton Avol will begin serving a nine-month jail sentence Christmas Eve for failing to clean up rodent infestations and other violations at three apartment buildings he owned, the city attorney's office said Thursday. Avol's attorney, Donald H. Steier, said Los Angeles Municipal Judge Marion Obera went "by the book" in setting the date. Routinely, sentences begin 15 days after a judge receives notice that an appeal has been turned down, he said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 9, 1987 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
A novel 1985 sentence ordering neurosurgeon Milton Avol of Beverly Hills to spend 30 days in jail and 30 days under "house arrest" in one of his run-down buildings was upheld Wednesday by an appeals court.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1987
Convicted slumlord Milton Avol surrendered two days early Tuesday to begin serving a five-month jail sentence for health and building code violations at three apartment buildings. The 64-year-old Beverly Hills neurosurgeon "walked into the courtroom with his attorney and announced he wanted to surrender," city attorney spokesman Mike Qualls said. Los Angeles Municipal Judge Marion Obera stopped her court proceedings when Avol showed up and ordered him taken into custody, Qualls said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 10, 1987
A novel 1985 sentence ordering neurosurgeon Milton Avol of Beverly Hills to spend 30 days in jail and 30 days under "house arrest" in one of his run-down buildings has been upheld by an appeals court.
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